He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Ada Robbins, Chattanooga,
and Mrs. Eva Townsend, of Atlanta; two sons, James and Pleasant Fryar, of
Chattanooga; two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Hartman and Mrs. Dovie Jackson; four
brothers, William, Robert, Jerry and Joe Fryar, all of Chattanooga; also eleven
grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services conducted by
the Revs. J. E. Murrell, W. A. Peak and W. M. Gladson, will be held at the
National Funeral Home at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Active pallbearers will be
Birt Dent, J. C. Guthrrie, S. G. Byrd, E. W. Jones, William Davis, A. C.
Bradley, L. R. Mullis and Tom Lerch. Honorary pallbearers will Judge Will
Cummings, Judge Sam D. McReynolds, Ernest Dennis, Ed Boydston, A. W. Kelley, T.
C. Howell, J. W. Cummings, George Forbes, Ed Bass, John S. Walker, J. M. Reed,
Bruce Blair, L. S. Stapp, Wilkes T. Thrasher, G. Russell Brown, R. M. Raulston,
J. L Park, W. T. Carden. Interment will be in Fryar cemetery. Arrangements are
by the National Funeral Home.
Chattanooga Times, Monday November 8, 1937, Page 7.
Husband of Allie L. Thompson; Son of James and Emily Minerva Parker Fryar.
Buried Fryar Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN
by Anne Templeton Wilson